Pargo spent a majority of the weekend struggling to find any role, but as the single elimination progressed, Pargo's game stepped up.
"I feel like I can be as good as anyone in the country," Pargo proclaimed. "I've just got to keep focused and concentrate on my game, that's all."
Pargo, the younger brother of Chicago Bulls' role player Jannero, has a whole heap of schools just standing in line to take a look.
"Right now my recruitment is wide open," Pargo said. "Gonzaga, Purdue, Illinois, Depaul, USC, UConn, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Wake Forest and Ohio State are all involved. Mississippi, Gonzaga, and Purdue were all in my school last week."
Although Pargo was not a factor for most of the weekend, during the tournament, especially in the semifinals, he played with a lot of intensity. Against the Spiece Indy Heat, he scored 18 points as a shooter with the ability to penetrate.
Pargo said he would like to play in an up-tempo setting at the next level.
"I am looking to play with an open floor," he reiterated. "I want to run up and down the floor and show what I can do. I always love to play some unselfish basketball, though. It's good to keep your teammates happy."
Pargo averaged 22 points a game as a sophomore before averaging 17 points a game as a junior at Chicago Robeson High School.